Continuing from Some Of My Favorite Moments from 2010… Where to begin, it would not be possible without YOU! Thank You to those who have kindly subscribed and clicked through to my blog this year. A blog is nothing without readers, those who hike with me via my words and photographs on Hike Our Planet this is dedicated to you!
A special Thank You to my beloved husband Rick who puts up with my
time away hiking and photographing the beauty of Arkansas.
2011 was filled with wonderful moments along the trails in Arkansas. I created more videos and became more adept at capturing creatures with my new camera and lens. I visited two new parks (for me) and hiked many new trails. Snow fell, leaves sprouted, wildflowers bloomed, heat sizzled and autumn painted the trails. In November 2011 I celebrated the 2nd anniversary of my Hike Our Planet blog. Added 40+ new videos to my new YouTube blog Channel Lee Hiller Designs Photography. Videos included a series for Photographers For Japan to aid Mercy Corps with Japan earthquake/tsunami relief. Lake Ouachita State Park’s Caddo bend Trail was hit by a tornado so sadly the trail won’t reopen until late 2012 (hopefully).
If you have your own favorite post or photograph from my 2011 blog posts please share it in the comments below. You can click on any of the blog titles below to re-read any of my favorites.
January 2011 – OH DEER! Horseshoe Mountain in Lake Catherine State Park
January 2010 – Lake Ouachita State Park – Caddo Bend Trail Pt 1
February 2011 – Robins Return to Hot Springs with the Winter Snow
August 2011 – Hiking in Hot Springs National Park and The City Pt 1
September 2011 – The City Cradled By Hot Springs National Park
November 2011 – Autumn Leaves, Sundogs, Butterflies and Mockingbirds
December 2011 – Heavenly Mountain View of a Foggy Sunrise in the Valley
December 2011 – Beautiful Birds in the Autumn Fog
2010 Field Notes: Turkey Vultures
2010 Field Notes: Wild About Mockingbirds
2010 Field Notes: Ice Ribbons and Frost Flowers
2010 Field Notes: Damselfly Dragonfly its in the Wings and Eyes
2010 Field Notes: Mixed-Species Foraging Flock Robins and Waxwings
2010 Field Notes: Woodpeckers Of Hot Springs National Park